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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance Override Inherited Methods

help me were am l getting it wrong

Animal.noise() returns self.sound.lower(). Make Sheep.noise() return the uppercased version of the instance's sound.

sheep.py
from animal import Animal

class Sheep (Animal):
  sound = "roar"


  def noise(self):
    return(self.sound.upper)

2 Answers

Adam Sommer
Adam Sommer
62,470 Points

Maybe try "()" for the upper method.

Cody Te Awa
Cody Te Awa
8,820 Points

what Adam said, everything is fine put the brackets at the end